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NUI Galway opens new pharmacy on campus

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NUI Galway has officially opened its new campus pharmacy.

NUI Galway SU raises €11,000 for Galway Rape Crisis Centre and ISPCC

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NUI Galway Students’ Union organised a wide array of charity events over the 2013/14 academic year with more than 500 students taking part in naked calendars, charity skydives, aquathons, fight nights, a Christmas day in November and collection days to raise €11,000 for charity.

New Sinn Féin candidate

Eoghan MacCormaic has become a late entrant into the Local Elections, and will be standing for Sinn Féin in the Loughrea Local Election Area.

GMIT wins three national student achievement awards

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GMIT Students’ Union took home a record three awards at last Thursday's National Student Achievement Awards in Dublin Castle, which was attended by President Michael D Higgins and hosted by the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).

O’Neill re-elected GMIT president for second term

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Roscommon native Sam O’Neill has been elected Students’ Union president of Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology for a second term, after an overwhelming majority of 90 per cent voted to re-instate him into the position.

USI and NUIG Students’ Union launches guide to student life

Thousands of guides are to be distributed to students across Ireland to help them manage their money effectively, know their rights and settle into college life.

Student scoops cash prize with study app at NUIGSU Enterprise Awards

Niamh Duffy, an MSc in Clinical Research student at NUI Galway from Dublin has scooped the top prize of €10,000 at the NUI Galway Students’ Union Enterprise Awards.

New graduate scheme will force nurses to emigrate, warns students’ union

More nursing graduates will be forced to emigrate unless the Minister for Health abandons its new graduate scheme.

Local students being forced to drop out of college

Up to 2,000 students from across Mayo are still waiting for their grant applications to be processed by the new centralised student grant system, SUSI, which was set up this year by Minister for Education and Skills, Ruairi Quinn TD. As many as 50,000 students nationwide are still waiting for their grants, which is resulting in students being forced to drop out of college because they cannot afford to pay rent or fees.

NUIG students raise €21,600 in Earth, Wind and Fire charity challenge

NUI Galway Students’ Union set a trio of unique charity challenges for students this year, taking their inspiration from the elements with the Earth, Wind and Fire Charity Challenge. More than 200 students rose to this challenge raising around €21,600 for charity in the process.


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